As companies and governments look to space as a source of valuable minerals...
- The history of space mining: five key events for mineral exploration in space
- Underground drones: how Hovermap is using autonomous technology to explore mines
- A project to save time and energy with 3D printed mining parts
- Using blockchain to detect fakes: read this and more in the new issue of MINE
- Could blockchain sift out conflict minerals and fakes from the supply chain?
The history of space mining: five key events for mineral exploration in space
As companies and governments look to space as a source of valuable minerals and potential profits, we look at the history of space mining.
Underground drones: how Hovermap is using autonomous technology to explore mines
Australian start-up Emesent, a spin-out of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, has secured A$3.5m in funding to develop its Hovermap drones, which use autonomous technology to explore and map underground environments.
FAM Achieves New Success in Turkmenistan
On behalf of GAP Insaat Dubai FZE, FAM supplied an entire conveying system embracing several belt conveyors, a tripper car and a ship loader type SL1200.28 for loading urea into vessels of up to 7,000 DWT at a rate of 1,200tph.
Sandvik Introduces PowerCarbide – the Industry’s Most Powerful Carbide Grades Gathered Under One Name
Sandvik was the first company in history to produce rock tools with cemented carbide, which is one of the most successful composite engineering materials ever produced.
Adding Significant Mine-site Value Via Fleet Management Systems (FMS) and Related Technologies
With considerable diversity across commodities and mining methods, Australia is ideally placed to lead the future of mining in interoperability, autonomy and the data-driven mine.
Asante Gold explores SMD technology for Kubi Gold project in Ghana
Asante Gold is considering the use of a new mining technique called Sustainable Mining by Drilling (SMD) at its Kubi Gold project in Ghana.
A project to save time and energy with 3D printed mining parts
Australian metal 3D printer manufacturer Aurora Labs has teamed up with Fortescue Metals Group to develop applications for additive manufacturing, potentially allowing remote mining projects to simply print parts that have failed instead of having to wait for replacements.
Kirkland Lake adopts Pitram solution at Fosterville gold mine
Kirkland Lake Gold has adopted Micromine’s underground mining software solution Pitram at its Fosterville gold operation in Victoria, Australia.
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